Hello Excited Ones and Happy Happy Weekend!
The disc jockey below would like to interview you if you attended the first American Rolling Stones Concert.
KPCC's Kevin Ferguson,
firstname.lastname@example.org Forum: Tell Me
I spoke with Don Was last night at a Crosby, Stills and Nash benefit for Autism. I pretended to forget exactly where the rehearsals were being held. He was nice enough not to smack me and advised that he doesn't know yet. Very nice gentleman. Forum: Tell Me
Ten Years After was one cookin' little unit. Saw them at The Electric Facory in '68 I guess. I just dug up my Alvin Lee / Mick Taylor audience recording from Philly '81. He could play that thing. R.I.P Forum: Tell Me
Happy New Year! The temptation to see this film is obvious, but be prepared. There are more Stones references in this film than in "Crossfire Hurricane". Do NOT miss the opening scene of the movie. A real brain jolt if you're not expecting it.
Come on Tour 2013... Forum: Tell Me
Hallelujah! To watch K.R. play stroke-for-stroke versions of these rhythm guitar parts is "don't blink" time. There is a passage in "Brown Sugar" which requires 6 guitar strokes and Keith has only played two of those six strokes for many years. All the strokes are back and I almost had one watching this remarkable re-focus.
NOW they shine a light. Forum: Tell Me
Wow. I avoided this film for years due to the "unique" lighting which was a major distraction. (The stage lights wouldn't fit on the ceiling so they placed them BEHIND the band...looked like they were playing on a merry-go-round). I had no idea this new movie blacked out the background! Problem solved in a dream-like fashion. The band now stands out like stained glass windows...as Forum: Tell Me